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Scholars win top prize from Institute of Public Administration Australia
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ANU criminologist advises UN-WHO panel on drugs and prisons
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Archaeologists uncover ancient trading network
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Image shows from left Darren Halpin, Peter Shergold and John Warhurst with their awards
20
Nov
2017

Scholars win top prize from Institute of Public Administration Australia

Two scholars of The Australian National University have won a major award from the Institute of Public Administration Australia for an...
Image shows a plastic green house model on a white surface
20
Nov
2017

Australian housing oversupplied by up to 164,000

Australia has an oversupply of up to 164,000 dwellings, including parts of the major cities, countering industry and government suggestions...
Image shows a red mouth on a hand and the words welcome to Sydney Speaks
13
Nov
2017

Online game explores the way Australians speak

A new online game launched today explores how much we can tell about Australians based on the way they speak.   The Sydney...
image shows new species of orangutan with mouth open
06
Nov
2017

How we discovered a new species of orangutan

By Colin Groves, Professor of Bioanthropology, and Anton Nurcahyo, PhD candidate ANU School of Archaeology and Anthropology We have...
image shows new species of orangutan
03
Nov
2017

ANU helps discover a new species of orangutan

The Australian National University (ANU) has played a leading role in the discovery of a new species of orangutan, which has been described...
Image shows cover of 2016 edition of Aboriginal History Journal
27
Oct
2017

Celebrating 40 years of a journal which redefined Aboriginal History

Four decades ago, a team of scholars published the first volume of a journal that documented a new field that has blossomed into a...
27
Oct
2017

New challenge to centuries-old theories on Roman glass

New research from The Australian National University (ANU) is challenging centuries-old theories on how ancient Roman cameo glass was made...
27
Oct
2017

ANU conference to explore beads, beading and beadwork

A phrase told to Dr Gretchen Stolte by artists she had worked with, that had been told to them, is at the centre of the presentation she’ll...
Composite image shows portraits of Vladimir Canudas Romo, Qing Guan, and James Raymer
26
Oct
2017

ANU demographers taking homicide, migration insights to global conference

ANU demography research has found that homicides claimed the lives of more than half a million young men in Latin America and the Caribbean...
24
Oct
2017

New research seeks to understand why we publicly grieve over the death of a celebrity

In the minutes, hours and days after news breaks about the death of a celebrity, something very predictable happens online. Social media...

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